Can Charities Really Make Money from a Knockout Challenge?

Can Charities Really Make Money from a Knockout Challenge?

Well, obviously we think they can!

Charities are finding it more and more difficult to raise funds in this difficult economic climate, and it can be heartbreaking to put huge amounts of time, effort and even money for very little return.

The Penguin Game on our Bronze Show

Our Bronze Show at a charity event

What We Do
At Knockout Challenge we do all the work organising, setting up and taking care of all the details.
Your event is listed on the events page on our website, and we can create an event on our Facebook page for you too.

What You Do
Your role is to help create even more interest and enthusiasm, and turn up on the day to enjoy the event.

What You Get Out of It
We have put together this example (based on real examples) of how much money some of our clients make from hosting a Knockout Challenge.

Example Income Generation Table

Team entry

12

£500 each

£6,000.00
Sponsorship of the teams

12

£200 each

£2,400.00
Sponsorship of each game

8

£200 each

£1,600.00
Advertising in program

30

£30 each

£900.00
Arena side show stall fees

20

£30 each

£600.00
Refreshment concessions

3

£100 each

£300.00
Reclaimed Gift-aid on above

28p on each pound

£3,304.00
Public entrance & program sales

500

£1 each

£500.00
Profit from Knockout T-shirt sales

120

£2 each

£240.00

Making a possible total of £15,844.00

Who We Are

Knockout Challenge has been in business for over 17 years, and a lot of the events we run are for charities that return to us year after year for their fund-raising efforts.

Our Knockout Challenges are run to a tried and tested formula, and we are aware of and comply fully with all necessary laws, health and safety considerations, and are fully insured.

Our director, Phil Pike, is the committee of the Amusement Devices Safety Council (ADSC) which oversees safety issues in the industry. We are also members of the Amusement and Catering Equipment Society (ACES), a trade organisation for event service providers and showmen.  Knockout Challenge has a strict green policy, and includes active recycling of paper and consumables such as printer cartridges. Printing is kept to a minimum, and power and water are conserved wherever possible, both in the office and on site. Our vehicles are serviced regularly and we use high grade bio-diesel fuel whenever possible.

How To Find Out More

Give us a call on 01245 328221 or email info@itsaknockout.org for all the details about charity Knockout Challenges